Tossa de Mar Municipal Museum

Address:Plaça Roig i Soler, 1 (Vila Vella). 17320 Tossa de Mar
Price: 3.00 €

A local history and modern art museum, the Museu Municipal was opened in 1935 in the XVIII-century former governor’s residence. Its collection owes much to the community of artists and writers who spent their summers in Tossa in the 1930s. Must-sees are the imaginatively displayed Roman mosaic from a nearby villa and donations from Marc Chagall, including his haunting Celestial Violinist.

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Interior del Museu Municipal de Tossa

Tossa Municipal Museum entrance

Paradis bleu, Marc Chagall

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